MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Endeavor, the leading non-profit supporting High-Impact Entrepreneurs, and Dell will host a press breakfast on Wednesday, May 6, 2009 at 7:15AM in Miami. The Chairman of Endeavor’s Board of Directors Edgar Bronfman, Jr. and Dell’s Vice President for SMB Latin America Erik Dithmer will discuss emerging market entrepreneurship and the global economic recovery. The breakfast will be the formal kick-off of the Endeavor Entrepreneurs’ Summit, “Opportunity in a Time of Crisis.” The summit will address issues, challenges and opportunities facing emerging market entrepreneurs during the current global financial crisis.
“Endeavor supports High-Impact Entrepreneurs so that they not only transform their businesses, but also their industries and ultimately their economies. This is not only high impact, but it is the best path to sustainable economic development” says Endeavor Global Board of Director’s Chairman and Warner Music Chairman & CEO Edgar Bronfman, Jr.
WHO: Warner Music’s Edgar Bronfman Jr., Dell’s Erik Dithmer
WHEN: Wednesday, May 6, 2009, 7:15 AM-8:15AM
WHERE: Miami, Florida
RSVP INFORMATION: Journalists interested in covering all or parts of this event should contact Elmira Bayrasli, Endeavor, email@example.com, 1-646-491-2969 by 12PM, Friday, 1 May.
Endeavor breaks down barriers that prevent emerging-market entrepreneurs from reaching their high-impact potential. Hailed by NYT columnist Thomas Friedman as the "mentor capitalist" model, Endeavor identifies entrepreneurs leading high-growth innovative companies in emerging markets. These entrepreneurs are given world-class strategic advice, access to key networks and other tools that will catapult them to success. With Endeavor's guidance they become “high-impact” – expanding employment, generating wealth and inspiring others to innovate. Often overlooked, these local entrepreneurs are now jumpstarting private sector development in their countries.
As of 2007, Endeavor Entrepreneurs throughout Latin America, South Africa and Turkey have created 86,000 new jobs and generated over $2.4 billion in revenues. For more information, visit www.endeavor.org